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Edema occurs when a plants’ roots take up more water than the leaves can give off.  This causes leaf cells to become engorged and swell.  This causes yellow or brown raised spots to form on leaves
Edema occurs when a plants’ roots take up more water than the leaves can give off. This causes leaf cells to become engorged and swell. This causes yellow or brown raised spots to form on leaves
Edema typically occurs when there are cool temperatures and excess moisture. Certain varieties have high susceptibility to edema
Edema typically occurs when there are cool temperatures and excess moisture. Certain varieties have high susceptibility to edema

Cause: Abiotic disorder

Crapemyrtle diseases

EDEMA